HumanInsight Identification of telehealth nursing approaches in the light of COVID-19 pandemic - literature review
J Nurs Manag. 2022 Oct 8. doi: 10.1111/jonm.13864. Online ahead of print.
AIMS: To identify recommendations for quality nursing care provision, focusing on the possibilities of delivering telehealth nursing at the national level in the Czech Republic.
BACKGROUND: The significant growth in the use of technology in healthcare has changed the environment for patient care and how healthcare is provided. The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the requirement for telemedicine use in everyday clinical practice.
EVALUATION: A literature review aims to find guidelines, recommendations, manuals, standards, or consensus papers published in 2017-2022.
KEY ISSUES: In total, twelve guidelines were identified. Based on a critical evaluation carried out by two experts, the World Health Organization guideline focused on digital interventions to strengthen the health system has been identified. This guideline was evaluated to be of the highest quality and in line with the Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation methodology.
CONCLUSION: The provision of telemedicine nursing interventions is currently limited at the national level and is not entirely accepted in reimbursement yet. The interprofessional collaboration will be initiated to make recommendations for specific patient groups.
IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING MANAGEMENT: Selected guidelines can be recommended for national adoption to set up and support nursing interventions in telemedicine, including nursing management settings.
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